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Author: Bestow Team, reading time: 4 minutes
Who Needs Life Insurance – How It Works, and When You Should Have It
In the event you’re not around to provide for your family members, the death benefit from a life insurance policy may leave your loved ones with some degree of financial security. And for a lot of people, especially parents, that peace of mind is priceless.
You’ll have plenty of options when selecting life insurance from different face values and term lengths to riders and even policies that hold cash value. At the end of the day, the choice is personal, but knowing about all of your options can give you more confidence to finally purchase that policy.
How Life Insurance Works
In short, you pay a life insurance company a set amount of money each month (that’s the premium) for an agreed upon amount of time (that’s the term). If you pass away during that term, the insurer pays your beneficiary (the person you choose to receive the benefit) the life insurance payout.
The payout is typically tax free, and many view it as income replacement. Others plan for it to cover daily living expenses, a mortgage, or even fund higher education. You can name nearly anyone as your life insurance beneficiary and they can spend the money however they need it.
It really can be that simple. You continue to pay your insurance premiums on time each month, and you can feel good about the financial protection you are providing your family should they ever need it.
Who Needs Life Insurance?
Most people start to think about life insurance when they start a family or buy a home, but the truth is, it’s always a smart time to start buying life insurance. That’s because, typically, the most affordable time to buy is now. For most people, life insurance rates get more expensive as you age.
Anyone with someone who depends on their income is a good candidate for life insurance.
Having kids means having bills, from early childcare costs for young children to higher education for older kids. Their financial needs are unpredictable and often come by surprise.
2. Spouses or Partners
From living expenses to outstanding debts and even private student loans, the loss of a loved one could be compounded by crushing financial burden. That’s to say nothing of the funeral expenses and other final expenses that face those left behind.
3. Stay at Home Parents
Stay at home moms and dads contribute a significant amount of non-paid labor in a home. While not typically viewed as financial support, the value of this work can easily be in the six-figures. Life insurance can help to cover the costs associated with childcare, home maintenance and more.
4. Small Business Owners
The terms of a small business loan often require life insurance, but having coverage can also solidify a commitment to employees, business partners, and small business cosigners, whose livelihoods may depend on your contribution to the company.
Even if you were offered life insurance through work, that typically vanishes when you leave a job. Many retirees live on a fixed income and when a spouse or partner passes, a life insurance policy can ensure the other lives out their days comfortably.
6. Anyone with Shared Debts
If you and your spouse’s names are both on the mortgage, if your parents cosigned your student loans, or if you share a credit card, you may be leaving loved ones responsible for debt they aren’t able to pay off.
Watch this video to learn more about who might need life insurance.
Who doesn't need life insurance?
If no one in your life depends on you for any financial support, you may not need life insurance coverage right now. But there’s no harm in looking at life insurance quotes today.
If you work with a personal finance advisor, it’s likely they’ll bring up life insurance while you are young, if they think you may need life insurance in the future. That’s because, in most cases, life insurance will never be as affordable as it is today. Yup. Right now. Your premium rate is determined by a number of factors including your age and health, often with a medical exam. The rate you get at 25 will probably differ significantly from the rate you get at 35.
What Kind Of Life Insurance Is Best For You?
Once you’ve got an idea of the amount of life insurance you need, you’ll need to understand which type to buy. There are several types of life insurance coverage with differing amounts of coverage, policy lengths, and even add-ons. Let’s break it down.
Whole Life Insurance
Whole life insurance (or permanent life insurance) is a policy you purchase and pay premiums on for the rest of your life. When you pass, as we all do, your beneficiaries receive a payout.
A whole life insurance policy might be right for someone hoping to transfer wealth to their children. Or people who expect to have mortgages into old age. It is almost always more expensive than a term policy because it, at some point, will pay out.
Read more about the differences between term and whole life insurance here.
Term Life Insurance
Term life insurance policy is a great choice for people looking for more affordable rates and happy to have coverage for a set number of years (like 5, 10, or even up to 30).
You can usually find out a more flexible policy with competitive rates for the years when your death would most impact your family (duration of a mortgage, children graduating, etc.)
Watch this video to learn more about how much insurance you need.
Buying Your Life Insurance Policy
Whether you’re looking to shore up your long-term financial plan or you’d just rest a little easier knowing you’ve done something that may help your family, life insurance is now a relatively easy place to start. With Bestow, you can get a fast, free quote in seconds. The full online application literally takes minutes, and you could have coverage today, if approved. Peace of mind could be just a few clicks today. So what are you waiting for? Get started today.ellipsis
Author: Bestow Team, reading time: 4 minutes
No Medical Exam Life Insurance: What to Know
Between work, home repairs, and a to-do list that never seems to shrink, it can feel like there is no time for extras. It’s safe to assume that most people would prefer not to take hours out of their day to get a life insurance medical exam. If this is the case, then why do most insurance companies require it?
The life insurance industry is not just old, it's centuries old. In fact, the first life insurance policies in the U.S. were written in the 18th century. Obviously, we didn't have the technology then (or even just a few years ago) that we do now, so medical exams have been a necessary step in the underwriting process. But times have changed, technology included. Is it still necessary to undergo a medical exam to buy life insurance? For some, the answer is yes, and for others, no. As a consumer, you have options.
What is No-Medical-Exam Life Insurance?
No-medical exam life insurance is exactly what it sounds like: a life insurance policy that does not require a medical exam to apply.
The traditional way of applying for a life insurance policy can involve medical exams, lab tests, and in-person interviews. With this traditional underwriting process, you might find yourself waiting up to a month to get a decision.
Accelerated underwriting uses technology to make the process of applying for life insurance more efficient. As in, an application decision and knowing if you are eligible in minutes - not weeks. Pretty cool right?
As with all types of life insurance coverage, whether or not a policy is a right fit for your needs depends on, well, your needs. Some may have higher premiums, some may have differences in the application process. There are a lot of options. Here, we've gathered some helpful info on some of the most common life insurance coverage options which may not require a medical exam.
What Are the Different Types of No Medical Exam Life Insurance Policies?
Term life insurance can be a solid choice for many families because of its simplicity and affordability, but there are a few other types of no medical exam life insurance options, as well.
No-Medical Exam Term Life Insurance With a Fast Decision
With this option, instead of bloodwork and a medical exam, applicants will answer health and lifestyle questions and provide information about their medical history to see if they qualify for a policy.
Simplified Issue Term Life Insurance
In some ways, simplified issue is similar to the above. There's no medical exam, and you'll instead provide information about your lifestyle and general health, including disclosing any medical conditions you may have. It's an option worth considering if you're generally in good health and looking for fast coverage.
One key difference, though, is just how much life insurance coverage you can get. Simplified issue insurance typically caps off around $100,000 (although some life insurance providers do offer more coverage). Plus, a simplified issue policy may have graded death benefits, which means that your beneficiaries only get the full value of the policy if you pass away at least two years after you purchase.
Because there are minimal questions and quick coverage, the cost for simplified issue policies will typically be more expensive than both no-medical exam or traditionally underwritten life insurance.
Guaranteed Issue Life Insurance
Guaranteed issue life insurance is a kind of whole life insurance policy (a type of permanent life insurance) that doesn't require any health qualifications. There are no medical exams or health questionnaires. The coverage amount is quite limited though - usually between $2,000 and $25,000 - typically enough to serve as final expense insurance.
Guaranteed issue coverage is typically purchased by people who can't qualify for any other type of life insurance. If you are approved for guaranteed life insurance, your policy will likely have a waiting period before your benefits go into effect, typically two or three years. You would pay your premiums during this time but if you were to pass away during the waiting period, your beneficiaries would not receive the death benefit.
Group Life Insurance
Your employer may offer group life insurance with a coverage amount equal to your salary. This coverage is generally inexpensive or free and there's usually no medical exam. It's a nice perk if you can get it, though it's important to remember that you usually can't take your coverage with you when you leave the company.
Moreover, some people find that a simple one-time salary replacement is not an adequate amount of coverage. You may be able to purchase extra coverage through your employer, but consider getting a quote for a term policy before you do. You may be surprised at how much coverage you can get for the same price.
Who Can Buy Life Insurance Without a Medical Exam?
Generally speaking, healthy adults between the ages of 21 and 45 may be eligible to buy a term life insurance policy online. (Bestow can underwrite policies for individuals ages 18 to 60, for terms of 10 to 30 years in five-year increments, if approved.)
No one will vet your yoga class attendance record or that marathon sticker on your Subaru's rear window. But if you are in overall good health, a no-medical-exam life insurance policy might be the right fit for you.
However, there are certain criteria that may prevent you from purchasing a policy without a medical exam. If you have a serious medical condition (such as heart disease, cancer, kidney disease, or blood pressure issues) or risky hobbies (like hang gliding, for example), you might need to speak to a licensed insurance agent to help you find a life insurance policy that fits your needs.
How To Get a Fast, Free Quote Right Now
Bestow offers term life insurance for today's busy families. We believe that everyone should have access to the financial protection that life insurance can help provide, and that it should be convenient, affordable, and fast.ellipsis
Author: Bestow Team, reading time: 5 minutes
Top Questions About Bestow Answered
Life insurance is confusing. We get it. With so many options out there, it’s hard to figure out where to even start. Chances are that if you’re reading this, you have questions, too. Fortunately, you don’t have to do this alone. Every day we answer phone calls, chat messages, and emails from customers who want to buy life insurance coverage but don’t know the best way to go about it. There’s no shame in that. There’s a reason why insurance agents and brokers need to have a license to sell policies to customers — it’s a complicated topic! Oftentimes, we hear this: “I don’t know what questions to ask.”
If that’s you, then you’re in the right place! Here, you’ll find the top questions people just like you are asking.
What Kind of Life Insurance Does Bestow Offer?
Bestow offers term life insurance. A term life policy is as easy as 1-2-3.
- Choose a term (between 10 and 30 years, in 5-year increments),
- Select a coverage amount up to $1.5 Million, and
- If approved, pay a set monthly premium throughout the duration of that term.
Policies offered by Bestow have level premiums, which means your monthly premium will never change, as long as your policy is in force — no matter your term length. Lock in your rate today!
How Do I Know I’m a Good Fit for a Policy Offered by Bestow?
If you’re in generally good health and between the ages of 18 and 60, a policy offered by Bestow might be a great fit for you. Most applicants get an instant underwriting decision, so you don’t have to wait weeks to find out whether you’re approved for coverage.
What Is the Application Process Like with Bestow?
Bestow’s 100% online application process has four simple parts:
- Your basic identifying information: email, address, and Social Security Number.
- Your life. This includes citizenship, medical history, lifestyle, and hobbies.
- Beneficiaries. This is whoever would receive the death benefit in the event of the insured’s death.
- Policy and payment details. If approved, choose the coverage amount and term length, then enter credit card info to purchase and bind the policy.
It’s as easy as that! In as little as 5 minutes, you can apply for a term life insurance policy.
Is a Medical Exam Required to Get a Policy Offered by Bestow?
Not with Bestow. A medical exam helps an insurance company double check how healthy you are. Instead, Bestow’s underwriting engine checks your health with big data and technology, which saves you time and money. We’ve partnered with third-party agencies to gather information in order to assess your risk and eligibility for a life insurance policy — instead of paperwork, medical exams, and lab tests. Here’s a detailed explanation of how Bestow works.
How Is Bestow Different Than Other Insurance Companies?
Bestow’s application process is entirely online. Seriously, 100%. Many companies offer an indicative quote online, but then refer applicants to an agent in order to finish the application process. Other online life insurance options may still require a medical exam for certain coverage amounts or applicants. We’ve completely re-engineered the application experience for term life insurance to be super simple and more affordable. Apply in as little as five minutes, and most applicants get an instant decision. Unlike some other online life insurance providers, we underwrite the policies we offer in-house with our own technology — accelerated underwriting. Our data and technology allows us to help our customers with just about any request.
What is Accelerated Underwriting?
Think of this accelerated, algorithmic underwriting as our secret sauce. We use that big data and our proprietary technology mentioned above to quickly determine your risk and eligibility instantly.
What Determines How Much I’ll Pay For Life Insurance?
Your level of risk is what determines your premium and monthly rate. Risk is the likelihood that an insured event (in this case, death) should occur during the policy term. The higher your risk, the more you will likely pay. Life insurance risk factors include basic information about you (like your age, height, and weight) in addition to things like your medical history and lifestyle. But each insurance company has their own underwriting process — that’s the process by which an insurance company determines whether it can accept the risk of an applicant for life insurance, and if so, on what basis so that the proper premium is charged. Here’s more information on life insurance risk and underwriting.
What Is the 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee?
It’s a 30-day free look period to examine your life insurance policy to see if it meets your needs. If you cancel your policy within the first 30 days, you’ll receive a refund.
How Can I Trust You? You’re a Startup.
Our policies are issued and backed by A+ rated (superior) industry giant North American Company for Life and Health Insurance®. They’ve been around for over 100 years. If anything were to happen to Bestow, your policy is well taken care of. But don’t worry, we aren’t going anywhere.
How Can I Trust My Beneficiary Will Get Paid?
North American Company for Life and Health Insurance® is the insurance carrierand pays the claim for policies purchased through Bestow. We are here to walk whoever is making the claim through the process and answer any questions.
What Happens If I Die During My Term?
Should you pass away, your beneficiary will contact Bestow to get started on the claims process. A Customer Care Advisor will walk them through the process and answer any questions while North American Company for Life and Health Insurance®processes and reviews the claim. In most cases, life insurance policies will have a two-year contestable period where the insurance company may investigate the cause of death and review the information provided on the application (only if there’s a reason). If information is found to be false or inaccurate, the insurance company can deny the payment of the life insurance benefit. Additionally, Bestow has partnered with Empathy to help you support your loved ones in all the ways that matter. We teamed up to give your beneficiaries (up to 10 loved ones) access to digital support tools to help the min the toughest times. From logistical tools like helping navigate probate and settling an estate to emotional tools like grief resources and meditation exercises, Empathy provides 24/7 digital access for your beneficiaries to navigate life after loss.
Empathy is a platform made free for the beneficiaries of the policyholders with Bestow. Empathy is available to policies issued in the following states: AL, AR, CA, FL, GA, ID, IN, IA, KS, ME, MS, NE, NV, NH, NM, ND, OH, OR, VT & WV. Empathy offerings are not guaranteed to continue. We reserve the right to elect, designate, replace, or terminate Empathy services at any time. Empathy is a non-affiliated 3rd Party platform.
What Happens If I Don’t Die?
Cheers to good health! Term life insurance policies do not build cash value like a whole life policy does, so if you outlive your policy term, you won’t get anything back. Term life policies do not renew. At the end of your term, you can re-apply for a new policy.
What If I Still Have Questions?
No worries. We’ve got your back. You can contact our Customer Care Team in three different ways:
- Give us a call at 800-835-8803.
- Ask us a question via chat — that little box floating about the page.
- Send us an email at [email protected], and a Customer Care Advisor will get back to you. Please do not include personal information, like your Social Security Number.
Or if you prefer a DIY approach, you can check out our Bestow FAQ. There’s no such thing as a silly question, so don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re happy to help.
Ready to get a quote? Apply for up to $1.5 million in term life coverage with Bestow.ellipsis
Author: Lena Chukhno, reading time: 3 minutes
Winning the Digital Arms Race in Life Insurance
Happy New Year! We’re resolving to help more carriers reach their modernization goals in 2023. If you’re watching the life insurance landscape like we are, you know today's customers demand an experience that reflects efficiency, differentiation, and innovation. The key to all three, in our humble opinion, is to start with the right end-to-end tech solution. In this month’s newsletter we talk about underwriting rules ownership and the importance of speed to market. If you’d like more information on any of the content below, please email me at [email protected].
Q & A with Paul Rasmussen, Head of Partner Success
Q: If I use Bestow’s underwriting tech, can I still use my own rules?
A: Yes. With Bestow, you don’t have to compromise your carefully chosen underwriting approach. The product is ultimately on your paper, so you maintain full control over rules, data sources, and risk tolerances. We’ll bring insights we’ve gained from our own market participation, then work with you to develop digital underwriting that works for you, your agents, and your customers.
Featured: Time to Market Matters
You cannot divorce modernization conversations from speed-to-market concerns in any industry, but particularly in the ultra-competitive life insurance market. There are a few reasons carriers should consider implementation timelines in the vetting process.
The first is that the insurance industry is in an arms race to modernize, and the first major carriers to fully digitize from quote to claims will gain an important foothold in the marketplace. They’ll be better positioned for key partnerships and poised to gain market share among Millennials and Gen Z, two groups representing 53 million consumers (and growing) with a life insurance need gap, according to the 2022 LIMRA Insurance Barometer Study.
In a report titled Digital Disruption in Insurance: Cutting Through the Noise, McKinsey predicted the winners in the life insurance space would be those who moved quickly and decisively. They drew comparisons to digitization in the P&C space.
Notably, “those companies that initiated disruption fared best, generating revenue and earnings growth that was on average between one and two percentage points higher than that of more ad hoc responders.” While making allowances for the more complex business of life insurance, McKinsey added that given the impact of tech disruption in insurance, one would be “foolhardy to bet against it.”
Finally, the insurance industry will continue evolving at an accelerating pace - modernization is not a “one-and-done.” Carriers who want to remain on the cutting edge need to be able to iterate quickly, respond to market changes, and bring innovations to market rapidly to remain relevant and competitive.
Partnership with a tech company that has brought modernation to market before is likely the most efficient and cost-effective path for most carriers - and why case studies, demos, and road maps are some of the most critical parts of an RFP.
Find out what Bestow’s proven SaaS can do for you. Reach out to [email protected] to set up a demo today.
We’d love to meet in person. If you’re attending any of the following events and would like more information about the Bestow SaaS and Marketing technology solutions, contact [email protected].
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Author: Lena Chukhno, reading time: 3 minutes
Our Life Insurance Predictions for 2023
2022 was a wild year (aren’t they all now?). From launching enterprise partnerships to winning some impressive awards, we’ve been busy. Our teams were in full sprint mode to end the year strong with product launches, policyholder service upgrades, and a few moments of holiday fun in between. If you’d like more information on any of the content in this article, please email me at [email protected].
The 2023 Life Insurance Trend Report
Our founder and CEO Melbourne O’Banion was recently interviewed by Life Annuity Specialist about his 2023 predictions. You can read the entire article here or take a sneak peek at his top predictions below. If you need to modernize your technology to get ready for the future of insurance, reach out - we might just have the right solution for you.
Prediction 1: There will be an increase in no-med policies, particularly under certain levels of coverage, as the traditional carriers adopt the technology that has allowed the startups to disrupt the space. The accurate predictive nature of affordable data continues to increase. And this opportunity to expedite more customers through the process will increase binds and decrease costs for traditional carriers.
Prediction 2: An increasing number of traditional carriers will outsource tech builds. Not because they can’t build the solutions in house, but rather to focus their resources in higher-yield areas of the business. As they evaluate whether to build or buy, many will pull the trigger in 2023 to find a tech partner who can move swiftly and work seamlessly with their own tech teams.
Prediction 3: Between the threat of recession, increasing inflation, and rolling RIFs, consumers are going to scrutinize recurring expenses, including life insurance. Carriers that allow coverage adjustments, and make it convenient and easy (ie: online management tools), will retain more policyholders.
Prediction 4: Simplicity. Many Americans believe investments, long-term financial planning, and even life insurance decisions can feel overwhelming - and that lack of financial literacy often results in decision paralysis. In addition to making the application processes more streamlined, you’re going to see policies become more simplified, options better illustrated, and the path to purchase made dramatically shorter.
Q & A with Paul Rasmussen, Head of Partner Success
Q: I already have a technology team - why do I need to bring on a new tech partner like Bestow?
A: In short: speed and agility. Every carrier we speak with has a technology team that is focused on the critical activities of their existing business. Often these teams are oversubscribed with existing modernization or maintenance work, which limits their capacity to launch new products, test new ideas, or innovate. Teaming up with a SaaS partner like Bestow gives carriers the growth and innovation they want, without sacrificing their other mission-critical technology work. Our flexible technology stack minimizes launch timeline, the shared cost model of SaaS de-risks investment, and both business and technology teams win through the resulting growth.
Our enterprise team is expanding to support our partners, and we’re excited to introduce Account Executive Tim Goh. Tim has an extensive background in life insurance distribution and will focus on facilitating new partnerships for the Bestow Enterprise team. He comes from an established tenure at Securian Financial where he focused on expanding life insurance production. Tim resides in the greater Minneapolis area and loves to travel, watch concerts, spend time outdoors, and cheer for the Minnesota Wild.ellipsis
Author: Lloyd Harvey, reading time: 4 minutes
Should You Take Out a Life Insurance Policy on Your Child?
People often purchase life insurance as a way to help provide some financial protection for their loved ones if they were to pass away. But what about purchasing policies on your children?
First of all, let’s define “life insurance.” Life insurance is a contract between a policyowner (who may also be the insured) and the insurance carrier to pay a death benefit to the beneficiaries chosen by the insured if the insured passes away while their policy is active – as long as the premiums have been paid.
Unprecedented events can cause people to wonder, “Should I buy life insurance on my child?” As you look into a life insurance policy for your child, there are several types of policies to consider as well as the pros and cons.
What Does Life Insurance on a Child Look Like?
You may have come here today to learn more about “child life insurance.” What we’ll be delving into is not life insurance specifically for children, but a policy that can be taken out on a child’s behalf.
A life insurance policy on a child is similar to standard life insurance policies in that, if the insured were to pass away, a death benefit would be paid out as long as the policy was in force. The difference is: for the life insurance policies that cover the adult, the adult is typically the insured and the owner. Whereas a life insurance policy for a child, the child is the insured, but the parent, grandparent, or legal guardian is the policy owner.
The parent or legal guardian can also be the beneficiary who receives the death benefit. As a parent or guardian, it can be difficult to consider purchasing a life insurance policy on a child – in fact, most people would prefer to never think or talk about it.
However, even children are susceptible to serious illnesses or childhood cancers. A life insurance policy on a child can help:
- To cover end-of-life expenses and medical costs if a child were to pass away unexpectedly
- To help ensure affordable coverage as an adult
- To help build a cash value for the child
Life insurance policies on a child can be either term life insurance or permanent life insurance policies:
Term life insurance: While a parent or guardian can’t buy a term life insurance policy for a child, some insurance carriers offer term life insurance policies for adults that could allow you to add a rider to cover your children until they reach a certain age. After that time, the coverage may be able to convert into a permanent policy for the child at an extra cost.
Permanent life insurance: This is the typical type of life insurance for a child. As long as premiums are paid, these policies can provide lifelong coverage for the insured. Premiums are generally guaranteed, so they will not go up over time, and the policy can also build cash value, which can be accessed for any reason while the child is alive. Permanent life insurance can offer many benefits, including lower premiums than if an adult were to purchase a policy, the cash value component, the ability to withdraw from that cash value at any age, and more.
Are you still wondering, “Should I buy life insurance for my child?” Here are some things you could consider:
Pros and Cons of Life Insurance on Children
Purchasing life insurance on a child can have its benefits. It is one way to provide some financial protection for your family if you were to lose a loved one, and a way to help a child stay insurable for their lifetime.
Pros of life insurance on a child:
Funeral expenses: Both term life insurance and permanent life insurance can provide this benefit – it would be a rider on a term life insurance policy. If your insured child were to pass away, the death benefit could help cover funeral expenses and help provide a little relief during a very difficult time.
Future insurability: It is more common for people to develop health issues as they grow and age and certain health issues can limit insurability. Purchasing a permanent life insurance policy for a child provides them lifelong coverage, no matter what health conditions could develop later on.
Cash value: Permanent life insurance policies often have a cash value component. Over time, the cash value can accumulate tax-free and offers a rate of return. This amount can be distributed from the policy for any reason.
Cons of life insurance on a child:
Long-term commitment: Getting a permanent life policy might mean that you will be responsible for paying a premium on your child’s life insurance policy for years. Some owners will transfer the rights of the policy to the child at the age of 18 to 25.
Low rate of return: While permanent life insurance policies can grow cash value, the rate of return can be much lower than other options.
While we’re talking about life insurance options…
Life insurance can be a weighty topic to consider, whether you’re purchasing for yourself or your child. There is no one-size-fits-all life insurance policy, and the options and carriers can feel overwhelming. Bestow wants to simplify the process of applying for term life insurance.
While Bestow does not offer child life insurance or a child rider to add onto a term life insurance policy, it can be a good place to start on providing some financial protection for your family if you were to unexpectedly pass away.
If you’re curious about taking the first step of looking into term life insurance, you can easily request a quote, and the whole application process takes as little as five minutes. Apply online, anywhere, for terms up to 30 years and coverage up to $1.5 million.
Rates start as low as $11 per month. It’s comforting to know that if you were to pass away, your loved ones – including your children– would receive some financial protection.ellipsis
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